The Cressi Frog Fin has been a classic in the Cressi range for many years and has a huge following from divers in every corner of the planet. The fin is skillfully made with a combination of a strong copolymer and a soft elastomer.
This Composite design delivers efficiency when kicking and exceptional comfort. New for 2011 the Cressi Free Frog Full Foot Fin takes this classic fin and incorporates those skills into a full foot version.
The blade is constructed from the same high performance, nearly indestructible blade material as the open-heeled Frog Fin. The blade of the fin is made of a Copolymer called ethylene-vinyl-acetate. Ethylene-vinyl-acetate is a state of the art plastic that has good memory. The materials memory allows the fin to snap back into its original position or angle without "going flat". This creates a comfortable gentle kicking fin that delivers great power, without inducing leg cramps.
Running nearly the fins outside blade length are raised, rubber-like ridges. A pair of smaller ribs runs down the fin's center. These stiff ribs channel water onto the fins blade. As water streams down the leg, it continues in a smooth transition across the length of the fin. There is no water hydroplaning or skidding on either the up or down stroke. No hydroplaning means better power and control for the diver. Each kick's up and down stroke are power movements and drag is minimized. The performance and durability of the fin make it a perfect choice for new scuba divers and snorkeler's alike.